The Day That You Moved On
by TQX

Album: GLOBAL INTIMACY (2017)
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  • [Verse 1]

    Found myself alone
    With nothing but a dialogue inside
    Fear it comes from me
    Falling from the razor's edge
    But when it leaves
    What's the point if only failure awaits me?
    I feel like giving up

    [Chorus]
    Love is a hole that drains from me...

    [Verse 2]
    Yesterday you moved away from me
    Your apathy is clear
    I know it's only fair
    But I will miss you idiosyncrasies
    How I long for moments when
    I don't have grief
    For all I've lost in you and me

    [Chorus]
    All the blood - it drains from me...

    [Bridge]
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on...

    [Chorus]
    Ohh.....

    [Outro]
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on
    The day that you moved on...

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